OLIVER GHORBANIFAR: When will America liberate Canada from the evil reign of Justin Trudeau?

In the chilling dystopia that has become the nation of Canada, a malevolent force has risen to power, unleashing unspeakable cruelties upon a formerly placid and peaceful nation. 

This force has a name: Justin Pierre James Trudeau.

The stories emerging from this nightmarish regime detail a gruesome new reality where state-sponsored euthanasia of the vulnerable and the brutal suppression of free speech and basic human rights have become the norm. 

It is high time for the international community, particularly the United States of America, to confront the moral imperative, intervene, and finally liberate the Canadian people from the clutches of this evil regime.

This is all the more true now that, as it appears, likely former President Donald J. Trump will win the presidency this fall. An event that would allow for basic sanity and decency to once again return to the White House, attributes that will hopefully compel Trump to take significant action against the criminal Trudeau regime.

Although Trump has long been a skeptic of foreign interventions (and with good reason), the case of Trudeau’s Canada is genuinely a horse of a different color. 

For the simple fact that Canada, unlike Iraq, Syria, Libya, Afghanistan, and Ukraine, shares a border with the U.S. and therefore falls precisely within America’s sphere of influence. Unlike in other parts of the world, what happens in Canada directly impacts the United States. This is especially true when it comes to the brutal abuse of Canadian citizens at the hands of the brutal thug Justin Trudeau. 

In addition, the Responsibility to Protect Principle (R2P), a concept endorsed by the United Nations, asserts that when a government fails to protect its citizens from mass atrocities and abuses, the international community has a duty to intervene. 

The tragic case of Canada, a close neighbor and ally, now stands as a stark reminder that the world cannot turn a blind eye to atrocities committed within its own backyard. 

The United States, as a beacon of freedom and democracy, must heed this call to conscience and finally act decisively.

Trudeau’s regime has crossed the most sacred lines of humanity, implementing a grotesque form of eugenics through the euthanasia of the poor, the elderly, and the sick.

This is not only a violation of basic human rights but also an affront to the core values that the United States and its allies hold dear. 

The U.S. can no longer afford to remain silent in the face of such atrocities; to do so would be a betrayal of the principles that underpin our collective commitment to the sanctity of life and the very concept of inalienable rights upon which our country was founded.

Crushing internal dissent by censoring free speech and brutally cracking down on peaceful protests, Trudeau has created an environment of genuine terror, silencing the voices of those who dare to resist his increasingly deranged rule.

The suppression of fundamental freedoms and the erosion of basic human values demand a response from the international community, led by the United States. If we continue to allow such tyranny to fester unchecked, we risk the contagion of Trudeau’s poisonous ideology spreading and even the undermining of the very foundations of our own democracy. 

Indeed, there is a case to be made that the most genuinely dangerous threat to the American people comes not from authoritarian leaders in faraway lands but from Trudeau’s own brand of radical liberalism, which is as fanatically held and brutally imposed as the beliefs of even the ardent Islamic theocrats and has an increasing number of adherents here in the United States within our own Democratic party.

The strategy for U.S. intervention should be multi-faceted, employing diplomatic, economic, and, if necessary, military measures. 

Diplomatically, the United States should rally international support through organizations like the United Nations, appealing to the shared commitment to human rights and the responsibility to protect. Building a coalition of nations willing to condemn Trudeau’s regime and take collective action will be extremely helpful for the legitimacy and effectiveness of the intervention. 

Economically, targeted sanctions against key individuals and entities that continue to support the Trudeau regime could potentially help cripple its financial resources. 

Thus, the U.S. should work closely with its allies to freeze assets and cut off financial support for Trudeau and his loyalists. 

In addition, the U.S. must immediately begin sending armaments to moderate Canadian rebels, such as the brave groups of dissident truckers whose series of peaceful protests Trudeau brutally crushed by force.

Direct military intervention by the Trump administration, while a last resort, may become necessary if diplomatic and economic measures fail to halt the atrocities. 

The U.S. and its allies should carefully plan and execute a mission aimed at dismantling the oppressive regime, ensuring the safety of the Canadian people, and establishing a pathway to a stable and democratic government in the aftermath of the conflict.

A conflict that should be short-lived given the current state of the Canadian military.

The U.S. cannot afford to turn a blind eye to the nightmare unfolding in Canada under the rule of this thug, and it has a direct interest in ensuring that its northern neighbor is not dominated by the whims of a cruel and desperate authoritarian. 

The incoming Trump administration must immediately undertake a coordinated effort to liberate the Canadian people from the clutches of Trudeau's sick regime and ensure that the principles of justice and freedom prevail over the forces of liberal tyranny once and for all.


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